SEATTLE Starbucks Corp., which has been quietly building the food portion of its business, plans to drop a line of sodas to make more room in its refrigerated display cases for salads, sandwiches or other lunch items. The 13,000-unit coffeehouse chain announced it would stop carrying a boutique soda brand by the end of June so it can offer more food items. Currently more than 1,700 Starbucks coffeehouses in the United States and Canada already offer warm breakfast and lunch ...
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